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The Mexican daily La Razón commissioned Spanish illustrator Jaime Pandelet Cerdá to draw the faces of all the players in the Mexican national team for the World Cup 2014. La Razon closed its World Cup coverage this week with all of the illustrations reproduced.

 

For related blog post:


http://www.garciamedia.com/blog/jaime_pandelet_his_world_cup_illustrations_scored_a_goal_each_time

Paris Match and a photo tribute to France

To celebrate Bastille (National France Day) this year, Paris Match went all out to ask its readers to send photos of "their" France. All compiled on this week's edition. Olivier Royant, editor, says it was a big success with reader engagement.

Editor Olivier Royant with Henri Proglio, président d'EDF, unveiling the official cover of "Ma France en photo" (photo courtesy of http://www.parismatch.com)

Headlines We LIke

The Wall Street Journal's headlines often excel in their ability to engage us with the story from the start.  Especially with their A-Hed feature on Page One, it is always a safe bet that we will find an amusing headline for this special story.

In the Tuesday, July 15 edition, the A-Hed story headline read:

Supreme Court Ruling Gives Atheists A Prayer

Clever!

Interesting reading

Jill Abramson: "I'm Not Ashamed of Getting Fired"

http://www.cosmopolitan.com/career/interviews/a29085/jill-abramson-not-ashamed-of-getting-fired/

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